Jefferson is committed to giving back and investing in the communities we serve. Our charitable giving and sponsorship program benefits hundreds of organizations that put community health at the forefront of their missions. Please read our guidelines to complete an application for consideration.
Complete our Supplier Request form if you would like to learn if your organization qualifies as a preferred supplier for Jefferson.
LGBTQ+ Health Program
In addition to an ever-growing list of LGBTQ+-friendly healthcare providers at our locations throughout Pennsylvania and New Jersey, our specialties and various treatments continue to broaden as well.
Know that when you make an appointment with Jefferson Health, you will be met with kindness, care, respect and most importantly, you will receive the healthcare you deserve.
Ramily Market Food Pantry fights food insecurity among Rams providing access to free non-perishable foods, hygiene, and toiletry items when needed. Available to all, no appointment necessary, and all items are FREE!
East Falls information:
Location: Kanbar Campus Center (Room 205 behind the Information Desk)
Donations: non-perishable food items and hygiene products can be dropped off at the Kanbar Campus Center front desk
Email for more information | Website to place order
Center City Philadelphia information:
Location: Martin First Floor, 201 South 11th Street Philadelphia, PA 19107
Hours: Mondays from 5pm – 8pm and Thursdays from 10am – 1pm
Pre-order pick up hours: Monday 10-1 & Thursday 5-8
Website to place order (The form is live Monday at 5 and closes Thursday at 5)
Find out about some of the student clubs, groups and organizations at the university, including the diversity council working to sustain Jefferson's diversity, inclusion and community engagement strategy.
JeffSecure Emergency Fund
The JeffSecure emergency fund is intended to provide matriculated Jefferson students with short-term financial assistance in the event of unforeseen and unavoidable emergency expenses.
Thomas Jefferson University Hospital understands the importance of supporting our patients and families through the physical, emotional and spiritual challenges they may face during a hospital stay. The Shabbat Pantry offers a comfortable space for families to obtain kosher foods, observe Shabbat and religious holidays while a loved one is hospitalized. The service is generously provided in partnership with Bikur Cholim of Philadelphia as a resource to the community.